These Animals Are Committing Crimes Against Humanity


I missed this somehow…….

Activists say that it is India’s poor – and particularly tribal people – who are most frequently targeted and who are most vulnerable to pressure to be sterilised. They claim that people have been threatened with losing their ration cards if they do not undergo operations,….

Tens of millions of pounds of UK aid money have been spent on a programme that has forcibly sterilised Indian women and men, the Observer has learned. Many have died as a result of botched operations, while others have been left bleeding and in agony. A number of pregnant women selected for sterilisation suffered miscarriages and lost their babies.

Human rights campaigner Devika Biswas told the court that “inhuman sterilisations, particularly in rural areas, continue with reckless disregard for the lives of poor women”. Biswas said 53 poor and low-caste women were rounded up and sterilised in operations carried out by torchlight that left three bleeding profusely and led to one woman who was three months pregnant miscarrying. “After the surgeries, all 53 women were crying out in pain. Though they were in desperate need of medical care, no one came to assist them,” she said.

A newly released document shows that the British government is interested in reducing India’s population to cut down greenhouse gases and combat global warming.

….Agencies are being paid 1,500 per sterilisation by the UK Government who, according to a working paper it published on combatting global warming “argued that reducing population numbers would cut greenhouse gases. 1,500 rupees is a little over 17 pounds sterling and the British government has allocated 166 million pounds to the effort, which translates approximately to nine and a half million sterilisations……

The latest allegations centre on the states of Madhya Pradesh and Bihar, both targeted by the UK government for aid after a review of funding last year. In February, the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh had to publicly warn off his officials after widespread reports of forced sterilisation. A few days later, 35-year-old Rekha Wasnik bled to death in the state after doctors sterilised her. The wife of a poor labourer, she was pregnant with twins at the time. She began bleeding on the operating table and a postmortem cited the operation as the cause of death.

Forced sterilizations in the name of Global Warming.  We’ve seen forced displacements, property theft, rapes, murders, all done in the name of Global Warming.  How long are we, as a society, going to allow these criminals to continue? 

It’s deeply troubling when one member of humanity endeavors to do such monstrous acts.  It’s well beyond appalling when we see a significant portion of our society supporting these things.  It is past time we quit letting these people do this and start holding them accountable for their crimes against humanity.  Totalitarian socialists ……. scum of the earth. 

Read more here and here.

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41 Responses to These Animals Are Committing Crimes Against Humanity

  1. Latitude says:

    yep, you missed it…..I thought I sent you that a while back
    sterilization camps….not just in India either
    and the Brits are helping finance it

    • suyts says:

      Yeh, I wouldn’t just pick on the Brits, I suspect we’d see money from many places including the U.S. for such ventures in depravity.

  2. Latitude says:

    how do you put a youtube in the post????

  3. DirkH says:

    Friggin insanity. Still a remnant of the Fabian government, or continuing under Cameron’s RINO gov?

    • suyts says:

      I’d put it as a concerted effort from people around the world. These are atrocities. This madness needs to end.

    • DirkH says:

      Oh I see. “The coalition government has completely changed the way that aid is spent in India to focus on three of the poorest states, and our support for this programme is about to end as part of that change. ”

      So it’s Fabian eugenics.

      • Me says:

        I saw the link you posted at HTL, on brave new world, 3 hours long, I watched a bit of it but I’ll have to put it off until later. But what I saw of it so far is the watermellon view of the way they see their future and they want it started now.

        • DirkH says:

          Only flipped through it. Bored me stiff. What I found remarkable was that the BBC found it worthwhile to turn it into 3 hours. And the connection Aldous Huxley – Julian Huxley – WWF. From there it goes straight to that land grab / concentrate people in cities Agenda 21 / Wildland plan.

          Monckton & Alex Jones; the landgrab is discussed at 43:00 :

  4. D. King says:

    This is what happens when crazy people have too much time on their hands!

  5. Steve C says:

    Shocking stuff but, given the cynical and antihuman tone of most international politics, perhaps not surprising.

    There are many here in the UK who already ask why a country in our economic state is giving ‘aid’ money to India, which has a big enough economy to itself have an aid programme. This should swell their numbers.

  6. Latitude says:

    ding ding ding………

    Top Scientists Vent on NASA’s Sub Prime Greenhouse Gas Hoaxer

    Author // John O’Sullivan

    Climatologist James Hansen is under sustained attack accused of global warming fraud at a time when the powerful science journal, Nature admits “research is riddled with systematic errors.”

    The Nature article (May 9) marks a defining critical moment as a slew of top scientists openly attack climate activist, Professor James Hansen, the head of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Science (GISS). Since the 1980′s Hansen has been at the forefront of claims that human emissions of carbon dioxide are “catastrophically” warming our planet. For his ceaseless alarmism Hansen has been named and shamed by, among others, the U.S. Government’s premier extreme weather expert, Martin Hoerling (of sister U.S. Government agency, NOAA) who calls Hansen’s science “patently false” and “policy more than it is science.”

    As Nature states, “Alarming cracks are starting to penetrate deep into the scientific edifice.” Although the article baulked at naming and shaming Hansen, the beleaguered spokesman of climate alarmism nonetheless immediately rushed to defend himself in an OpEd in The New York Times (May 10). But Hansen was then summarily shot down the following day when a damning set of doctored graphs was released implicating him as fraudster-in-chief of the U.S. and global temperature records – all perpetrated while Hansen was pocketing millions for his sub-prime science.

      • Latitude says:

        I’m waiting on a post about this one…………….LOL

      • suyts says:

        I’m working through many of the links. There’s little to add to much of it, but, the Vectors with Scalars mixing is one of those “light bulb” moments. In the past I was trying to work out the GHG theory and bumped up against the vectors/scalar problem. And I just couldn’t see how to work through it. Finally, in a fit of frustration, I gave up on it. Now, I see why I couldn’t. …… lol, I had mountains of mathematical gibberish trying to sort through that mess. I wrote it off as that there are some things we are all limited in understanding. Now I see that I just couldn’t understand Hansen’s psychosis. But, yes, I’ll post on it soon.

  7. SOYLENT GREEN says:

    Since both the UK and India were stupid enough to be bound by the International Criminal Court, might this savagery not be actionable?

  8. G. Combs says:

    Thank you for posting this and mentioning it on WUWT.

    CAGW is just the tip of a stinking nasty mess. Hitler’s Eugenics program is still alive and well. You can trace it to the USA too. Actually the USA is where the movement started. link

    For example the Eugenics Board of North Carolina (EBNC) was voted into law in 1933 and remained in effect until 1977. However the Eugenics laws was not actually repealed until 2003. Thousands were sterilized in NC alone. A current Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner, Margaret Hamburg is also steeped in eugenics theory, since both of her psychiatrist parents have headed the American Eugenics Society.

    An article by Mary Summa, J.D., is an attorney in Charlotte, North Carolina,…

    …The American eugenics movement of the 20th Century captured the imagination of America’s financial and intellectual elite including the Rockefellers, the Kelloggs, the Harrimans and the Carnegies. The Carnegie Institute funded the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, beginning in 1904. The Station housed the Eugenics Record Office (ERO), funded with money from the Harriman family. The ERO served as a “policy center for the activities of the organized eugenics movement.”3 The Kellogg family started the Race Betterment Society. The Rockefellers started the Population Council, a promoter of eugenics disguised as population control.4

    ….In the 1940s and 50s, the media exposed the link between the Nazi Regime’s eugenics programs and the U.S.’s sterilization programs…

    And if we go back to the UK and the United Nations we find

    A wealthy Rockefeller family friend, England’s Sir Julian Huxley, led the eugenics movement in England. Upon setting up the United Nations, Huxley became the first Director-General of the United Nation’s human-rights organization, UNESCO. In his 1946 sixty-page document titled, “UNESCO: Its Purpose and Philosophy,” he states:

    The general philosophy of UNESCO should be a scientific world humanism, global in extent and evolutionary in background…its education program can stress the ultimate need for world political unity and familiarize all peoples with the implications of the transfer of full sovereignty from separate nations to world organization…Political unifications in some sort of world government will be required…Even though it is quite true that any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible [thanks to Hitler], it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenics problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that is now unthinkable may at least become thinkable.

    Anyone who thinks Hitler’s Eugenics movement is dead is fooling themselves because it never was Hitler’s in the first place it was the Rockefellers, the Kellogs the Harrimans and the Carnegies and David Rockefeller hasn’t changed his mind.

    • suyts says:

      Exactly. Hitler was a madman, but, many of his thoughts were borrowed from others.

      • DirkH says:

        Eugenics was a consequence of Darwins theory. As the right leaned more to christian creation myths, the left was the first to accept the theory of evolution, and misinterpreted the notion of “survival of the fittest” as “breeding a pure race”. (This is a common misunderstanding of evolutional fitness by people who never actually ran an evolution – you get the quickest progress by increasing the diversity, not by breeding a lot of uniformly fit individuals. I’m running genetic algorithms 24/7, I can tell you the ins and outs, trust me on that. But any animal or plant breeder could tell you the same.)

        Even though Hitler pandered to the conservative rural population to get their votes he was a modernist – he was the only one in 1933 to use an airplane to speak in three different cities in one day.

        He also allowed the aristocracy to support him financially (and they thought he was their man but they were mistaken – he was not a monarchist; they had hoped he would help them re-establish a Kaiserreich, seeing the Weimar republic as an aberration.).

        The Nazis also introduced modern letters in Germany and replaced the Sütterlin writing – even though the transformation took time. Hollywood always uses the old letters for Nazi signs etc for their bizarre looks but the Nazis did in fact introduce the modern letters for signs.

        So, a lot of his ideas come from the progressive/modernist/technocratic side. He was an authoritarian psychopath and used what he found.

    • Shooter says:

      “It was the Rockefellers” – sounds like a conspiracy theory mindset. Are you one?

  9. Excellent, but sickening, post. The original instigators of all of the historic hoax of global ‘warming’ have more than much to account for. I cannot wait for the day of judgement.

    I have only recently found your blog – from a comment on WUWT – but cannot find out anything about you! I see one or two commenters adress you as James, but I would like to know some background. I couldn’t find anything on this site.

    Anyway, my thanks for the work you’re obviously doing against injustice.

    • suyts says:

      Luc, I’m a long-time CAGW skeptic. I was one of the many who recognized early on that the climate discussion wasn’t about science, but, rather ideology.
      I used to comment more frequently on WUWT, there I use my real name, James Sexton. I need to fix my “about” page one day. I’m really not all that interesting, so I haven’t bothered.

      My background is in computer science. Currently I work for a small electric utility. Oddly, most of what I do is to implement and maintain smart grid technology, mostly related to metering, mapping, and outage management.

      I’d be happy to answer any other questions about me if you want to know anything else.

  10. Ahhhhhhh… thanks so much for that James. Now I know exactly who you are! I’ve read many of your posts over there.

    Personally, I find people’s backgrounds fascinating – especially when they’re involved in my pet subjects. I’m, literally, always looking up people’s biogs on Wikipedia and for which I can’t fault it – sadly this cannot be said for anything they publish to do with the environment or climate physics (other than definitions, maybe).

    I can’t imagine life now without the blogosphere – not just for the bloggers themselves (to which all us commenters and readers owe such a huge debt of gratitude) but also to all the discerning commenters who delve and pry and come up with no end of enormously valuable information.

    One last question (for the time being anyway, lol), what does ‘suyts’ stand for?

    • suyts says:

      lol, I knew we’d get to that. It is an adolescent acronym which I’d rather not divulge. Many years ago, a friend of mine was using it as an on-line persona in the days of message boards. For reasons time has erased, he wanted me to use it. I did, and have kept it ever since. Early on in my presence at WUWT, Anthony was on one of his rants against anonymous commenters who didn’t have the integrity to put their names to their criticisms of Anthony. I thought about it and realized that I’d be a hypocrite if I agreed with him but continued with my anonymity. So, for years, when regarding climate I used my real name. When trying to think of a name for this blog, I used “suyts”. At the time, I didn’t know what I was going to do with my blog, and, it is still evolving.

      • Thank you again, James, both for your clarty and your honesty. Yes, this name-tag thing is a bit of a conundrum. I have used several different ones over the years but when one or two of the regular sites I commented on (e.g. Daily Telegraph) changed their policy and required ‘members’ to re-register, I found my original name was not useable, for some reason, so I registered a name with Twitter (having tried to find an available name for some time, I tried the drink I was having at the time, and it worked! lol). The only reason I chose Twitter was to log in using that account, on so many websites – but I don’t actually use it for ‘Tweeting’ at all!

        And the point about anonymity is very valid. I *would* use my own name except for 2 or 3 reasons. I have no hesitation in putting my own name behind my personal beliefs whatsoever. But having now registered, and with some history, kept a ‘clean’ profile, I hesitate to change it all again. But as you said, things evolve and are constantly evolving especially in this medium.

        Sorry to ramble but in the future I shall watch your site (and your comments under your own name) with renewed interest. I feel I have made many friends out there and now look on you as one. Good luck in all you do.

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  12. _Jim says:

    DirkH says on May 25, 2012 at 9:12 am:

    Monckton & Alex Jones; the …

    Mentioning Alex Jones and Monckton in the same sentence is sacrilege; you are aware of the history of this ‘Alex Jones’ character DirkH? Alex is a ‘black helicoter’ and 9/11 truther type from way back. Any coincidence of someone rational and Alex being on the same ‘note’ is due to the ‘stopped clock being right twice a day’ phenom (Alex is a nitwit as well as a Grade A, Number 1 conspiracy theorist).


    • DirkH says:

      I know. But as you said: “is due to the ‘stopped clock being right twice a day’ phenom “.
      So you grant Alex the chance to be right once in a while.
      I stumbled across the video accidentally and posted it because of Monckton.
      Theoretically, even the Guardian or MSNBC could get something right if by sheer accident.

  13. Shooter says:

    God, this is awful. And you know what? People compare this to the actions of Hitler or Stalin, but let me tell you something: Stalin wouldn’t allow it, and even Hitler would be disgusted. Even Mao, during time in office, didn’t even consider a one-child policy. Amazing.

    • suyts says:

      These people are doing things they only imagined. And, all the while, no one is even reporting this stuff.

    • DirkH says:

      There were forced sterilizations of people with genetic diseases under Hitler, and of the inmates of asylums for the insane. And Hitler surely had no qualms about the wellbeing of ethnicities he considered below the “arian race”, for instance the slavs.

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